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The lawyers at O’Connor Weber can help protect you and your business in criminal or regulatory matters. They have litigated hundreds of criminal and administrative cases, from the initial investigation through successful appeals to the Oregon Supreme Court. They can advise you or your business on compliance with state and federal regulations so that you can avoid problems before they arise. In the unfortunate event that the state or federal government begins an administrative or criminal investigation, O’Connor Weber will work intelligently and tirelessly to minimize your exposure.

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Our practice focuses on preventing problems before they arise saving you time and money in the long run. We also offer billing options customized to suit your specific needs. Our focus on cost-effective and practical solutions equals value for our clients.

Long-Term Relationships

We are committed to building lasting relationships that help our clients achieve their personal and professional goals. We believe that this is the best way to provide true legal counsel because it allows us to understand the unique issues that you face. Our goal is to help you prepare for uncertainty and protect you if problems do arise; so that you can focus on your business and your life.

Contact O’Connor Weber today to learn how we can help you.

Latest News

Jed Peterson wins appeal, resulting in suppression of drug evidence

O’Connor Weber Senior Associate Jed Peterson won a victory in a criminal direct appeal because the police had illegally obtained evidence against his client.

O'Connor Weber Files Amicus Brief in Oregon Supreme Court in Verduzco v. State

O’Connor Weber LLP has filed an amicus curiae brief with the Oregon Supreme Court in Jose Antonio Gonzalez Verduzco v. State of Oregon, S062339.

Jason Weber Argues Brady Issue Before Oregon Court of Appeals

On September 8, 2014, Jason Weber argued before the Oregon Court of Appeals that Oregon’s Post-Conviction Hearing Act allows a petitioner to raise an untimely claim based on the discovery of exculpatory Brady evidence that had not been previously disclosed to the petitioner.